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Drugs and the Law

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Though the laws that regulate and prohibit drugs are complex, ignorance of these will not exempt an individual from being prosecuted. The first US law on drugs was an ordinance which prohibited the smoking of opium in San Francisco in 1875.
Prescription Drug Accidents Statistics are compiled by the American Association of Poison Control Centers. Here is a report for 1998 Pediatric Exposure to Pharmaceutical Substances: http://www.aapcc.org/tessbro/emsc98ph.PDF
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i think you need to be 18 to legally move out and i think at the age 16 you can get an emansapation and move outin Missouri you can move out at 17, but you parents are still legally and medically responcible for you, meaning if you get arrested they have to come bail you out and pay court costs, and…
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Depends upon the jurisdiction and the felony. I know of none that are less than one year.Added; The definition of a felony offense is that the statute calls for punishment of not less than one year in prison.
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Answer No, if you were deported for a criminal offense, you can never re-enter the US. Answer . Yes but you would have to apply for a visa and a waiver from the consulate. If the waiver is granted you would be free to visit the U.S. once again
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The prohibitionist point of view From a prohibition-based perspective, marijuana is illegal in the United States primarily for these seven reasons.  1. It is perceived as addictive. Under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, marijuana is classified as a Schedule I drug on the basis that is …
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I would enter 'personal' or leave it blank. You'd be amazed how often employers don't ask why you left your last job. Just in case, have a sanatized version. For example, if you were fired for excessive absenteeism, "I had health problems that interferred with my attendence, but I'm completely recov…
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The legal age of majority for the state of MO. is 18. Missouri has a law that designates a 17-year old as being an "adult" for adjudication purposes only. Which means a 17-year old is considered an adult when it pertains to certain criminal offenses, and therefore can be tried in an adult court. The…
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Answer To my knowledge, in America, no, not unless someone from the old job tells the new employer, but if they do it is against the law to give out that information and they could get into trouble and most people wouldn't jeopardize their job for that bit of information. When someone calls a past e…
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If the application asks for any criminal history, and you lie about your history, you'll likely be fired for lying on the application if they find out. Yes. The employer wants to know about ANY felony. No. It depends on the local laws. In most places, if the felony was over 10 years ago, you are …
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While it is good practice to discuss tests with patients, a doctor does not need express permission to order particular blood tests or other laboratory testing.
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Alcohol only stays in they system for about 12 hours depending on how much you have drank. Alcohol break down in the body makes it difficult to detect through urine. Alcohol is detected through blood alcohol level more accurately. : Alcohol is processed by the liver at a rate of one ounce of pure …
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finding someone in jailexample for AZ go to AZ corrections and type in their name, should work the same for other states too keep in mind it take time to get them in the system if they re in prison for jail just call the county jail where the person lives hope this helps Jails, workhouses, juvenile …
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AnswerIf the offense was committed as an adult and constituted a felony then it is a permanent entry on the convicted person's record and can only be removed by a pardon from the governor or in some cases overturned by an appellate court due to a wrongful conviction or other statutory ruling.The req…
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You MUST know the law of the state in which the original custody order was entered. You may need to proceed in that state. In most states a change of custody can only occur if a parent can show a change of circumstances that directly affects the well being of the child. Some states will allow you …
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No. Probation is a period of time in which the person in " under control " of the Probation officer, so it would be silly to try to control someone who is "out of the state ". In most cases the person has to "report to the PO" on a regular schedule, usually every week or two.
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The FOIA does not allow disclosure of active warrants. The information available to the public would pertain to the actual arrest of a person, (name, DOB, address, etc.) and the crime he or she was arrested for. Is there a way to find out past arrest warrants that are active and what they are for. …
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Nowhere.No country permits free unlimited use of marijuana; in no jurisdiction is it fully legal. Those few areas that permit marijuana use still have many restrictions on it:California allows use of marijuana as a prescription medicine, for its pain-alleviating and relaxant effects; there is a list…
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It IS impossible to get a larger Penis without surgery & even that doesn't always work. Be happy with what you've got.It is actually possible to get a larger penis by joining penis enlargement programs that works by just using your hands. But you got to pay to get into those programs.
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A criminal conviction letter should fit the specific situation and criminal history. It should address the hiring manager, position applying for, and an explanation of convictions.
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The possession, or the manufacture and/or sale of certain controlled substances is punishable by law in all 50 states. Some controlled substances also constitute a federal crime. Most federal convictions are for trafficking while most state convictions are for possession.
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I recently failed my Probation Drug Test. I was arrested on December 3rd for possession of less than 2 oz. of Marijuana. In actuality it was less than 2 grams but that doesn't matter. I was placed in jail, posted bond, and was given a court date. The court placed me on a 6 month probation term, mand…
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A lawyer's responsibility is to represent his/her client in the court of law.
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Answer It is the manner in which criminal cases are handled, from the moment the police are called to the moment a Defendant is sentenced or exonerated.
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Answer A minimum sentence of 25 years to life for three-time repeat offenders with multiple prior serious or violent felony convictions. CLARIFICATION Recognize that "Three Strikes" laws are implemented in different ways for each state that implements them.
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A search warrant is an order issued by a justice of the peace authorising a named person/persons to enter specified premises and look for and seize certain specified objects.Answer no, unless they have evidence to show that this particular person was involved.
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It is a popular belief both among Hindus that they reincarnate after their death. VEDAS AND REINCARNATION:Let's consider Rigveda 1.4.10-8O Spirit of the dead! Go to the highest heaven and meet with Yama and your ancestors.Carry with you only the good Karmas leaving behind the bad. Seek a body and a …
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No, an employer in Florida does not have to pay accrued vacation time when you quit. That is if it in the company policy, it is not mandatory.
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Depends on prior convictions You should plea "No Contest"... probably get probation and a fine, which you can later get rid of for a fee...
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No, not legally. Depending on your purchase, this could be a felony, and very traceable.
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As of May 1999, these are the 24 states that have some sort of a Three Strikes sentencing law. STATE YEAR ADOPTED Arkansas 1995 California 1994 Colorado 1994 Connecticut 1994 Florida 1995 Georgia 1994 Indiana 1994 Kansas 1994 Louisiana 1994 Maryland 1994 Montana 1995 Nevada 1995 New Jersey 1995 New …
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If the recent arrest resulted in incarceration, you can look up the county's website. Otherwise you can call to find out their procedure for obtaining arrest records.
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Richard is safe and well, living out of the country. As you can imagine, he does not want to be found.
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Answer If it is a condition (known as a Search clause) of your punishment, IE: Parole. I hear on the scanner all the time when they are running somone out, that they have to submit to a search at anytime to any peace officer. but have nothing on you and have no reason to be worried about it. Pot …
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The question itself can be asked in several ways, depending on the timelines: If you have recently quit your job and are looking for a job while not working, you will be asked "why you have left your previous job".
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Answer Yes it is, per the University's Honor Code, which all students must agree to. See: http://honorcode.byu.edu
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Conflicts can arise during the Project Planning phase for many reasons, but mainly they are scheduling conflicts, as the tasks distribution might not be to the linking of the team members and/or their respective managers.
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Answer With the newly revised PATRIOT ACT, technically they can hold someone indefinitely if they believe or have reason to believe that they are involved in subversive activity.
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Answer That depends entirely upon the state in which you reside. Some states have Class 1 and Class 2, others don't have 'classes' at all. Typically the classifications are used to differentiate the level of punishment associated with the crime, with A being higher than B. For example, in Illin…
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what is UUM/VEH code for
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Educated representation on their client's behalf.
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yes,because 90% of athleats take some sort of drug to expand their physical elements
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The active chemical stays in your system for a few weeks, so they look for it, and no, your doctor has to send the urine away to a lab for analysis. ****This is wrong. Many doctors have urine screens that show results in minutes. Right in the office.
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The first marijuana law found so far was a 1905 El Paso, Texas law. It, and most of the other laws in the southwest that followed, was motivated by racial prejudice against Mexican immigrants. These laws had nothing to do with the actual effects of the marijuana. In fact, cannabis in the form of hem…
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a judge's order to law enforcement officers to arrest and bring to jail a person charged with a crime. The warrant is issued upon a sworn declaration by the district attorney, a police officer or an alleged victim that the accused person committed a crime.
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her name has not been released to the public. ----------- her real name is believed to be Tracy Lois Odem. ----------- Another View: Her name IS available and the second answer is correct. The Supreme Court of the United States, in a 6-3 decision issued by Justice White, ruled that the search and…
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once you have more than three felonies, you are sentenced to jail for 50 years to life, without the option of early parole. Added: Depending uon the law of your individual state - the above MAY apply - but if your state does not have a '3-time loser' law you will, at the very least, be found to be a…
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It is a federal offense to share prescription medications of any kind. Both parties, the person with the prescription and the person they are giving it to could be arrested and serve time in jail.
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If you were over the age of 18 and adjudicated guilty of a felony then yes.
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Depends were in the world your growing it!Here in the U.K grow no more than 10 and you should be fine!
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It was originally made illegal because hemp(the male marijuana plant) was used to make products like paper and clothes instead of the more expensive wood and cotton. Many rumors were started to give the plant a bad name so that nobody could use it. (That's the short version, you'll have to look up t…
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Legal buds ARE legal.
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That depends on where you are. It's illegal in the United States, but penalties vary from state to state and take the amount of marijuana into consideration.
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Pablo Escobar (1949-1993) was an international drug trafficker and the head of the mafia in Colombia. He helped the poor and built houses and soccer fields for them, but he was also the cause for a war. He was like the boss of the underworld. If someone wanted to do something illegal, they had to as…
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A motion to suppress evidence that was unlawfully obtained may be done in pretrial motions. Simply file a motion titled "Motion to Suppress" and in the motion you state why the evidence was unlawfully obtained and ask the court to suppress it into trial. Usually followed by a motion to dismiss. Your…
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The punishmet would propaly lead to you getting exspeald.
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Yes, they do. Bamboo all dies at the same time in one area so they must move from one area to the next in order not to starve.
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Cocaine, amphetamines, opiates, cannabinoids, PCP. I've been through it. Two different state parole boards. 5 panel tests are used. Trust me. I had to serve 13 months for it.
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If you are tested for opiates, which is usually one of the 5 main drugs that probation offices test for, then no. However they do have a special test for suboxone they can use if they suspect you are taking it. Otherwise, they will not test for it.
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Yes, you can get a background check done on yourself. Visit your local courthouse and have them perform the check. If you suspect the charges are in a different county then you would need to visit the courthouse in that county.
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Trazodone will show up in a drug test if they are looking for it. If you have a prescription, you should not have any issues, though.
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By changing the constitution and eliminating the provision " The right to life, liberty and property and pursuit to happiness, otherwise, you can't. --- In other words, it can't. That's a faulty warrant and has no legal merit of effect. Trying to use such a warrant to gain entry may be interpreted…
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ANSWER: It depends on the laws of your township or state. In some areas owning the plant is illegal, in others it is not. If there is a medical reason for you to have it or if it is just for personal use can be researched and possibly justified before breaking any laws. Certain states have a more…
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legal drugs such as salvia gives you a hallucinogenic high. it is legal to purchase in most states either over the internet or through a dealer. also, over the counter cough syrups, mucinex, sleeping pills, etc. can give you a high I have an entire blog related to this topic. It includes many of th…
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If you are referring to a State felony - almost all states have their own separate procedure for expunging criminal offenses, and you will have to research the statutes of the state in which you were convicted in. However in most all cases you will find that VIOLENT Felonies will not qualify for exp…
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Many healthcare facilities use a "healthcare panel" that does include ultram.
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My first guess would be from a doctor
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New Frontier
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California
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I asked myself the same question for along time, until I read the following story http://sites.Google.com/site/stopweed/ You stop buying it, you do not smoke it when your friends are smoking it, and you change your habits and friends to remove yourself from the circumstances in which you typically …
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I have a permanent injury and have a darvocet prescription. Without thinking I took a dose of my wifes hydrocodone cough syrup for a recent cold. I asked the above question because i take random drug tests for work and I am worried that it will show up. I already have opiates in my system from the d…
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Nolle Prossed means that the Prosecutor dropped the case before a judge or jury could make a decision. Maybe even before going to trial. This is a discretionary act by the Prosecutor, which occurs outside the formal proceedings of the court. Therefore, there would be no public record of how or why t…
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nelson Mandela was put in jail by the police in south Africa for standing up for what he belives in and he was protesting and got thrown in jail...
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"E" felony crimes are considered to be the the lowest category of all felonies. They are less severe crimes likte aggravated harassment or aggravated assault. They are not as bad as "A" felony crimes such as :First degree murder, which is harder to fight in court. There have been instances where "E"…
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Nevada....This is for State residents AND out-of State VISITORS! Each felon has 72 hrs to register with the local police dept. Your address is needed. Should you change addresses either as an in state resident or out of state visitor(without proper police notification), you may be charged with:"Ex-F…
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If you have anything under 100 plants you get charged with 0-5 years, anything over that you can get anywhere from 5-20 years in jail. I got manufacturing with an intent to deliever and i had a pretty clean record and got 2 months jail and a year and a half of drug court but it depends on the state …
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legislation is a political act that has been turned into the law and they are to maintain health and safety.
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No but I don't know which states it is and isn't allowed in.
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Usually a misdemeanor for small amounts of common drugs, but ultimately depends on the type of prescription drug, the quantity, and state laws. May be a felony in some cases. what is the charge for claudipne with out a prescription Claudipine or Klonopin is a benzodiazepine that is prescribed somet…
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every one of them
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Tramadol is not screened for and should not produce any sort of positive on a standard drug test. Can be detected in urine with mass spectrometer ( GC/MS), but it is not standard procedure even for urine tests which are processed in labs (people order this test need to pay extra for this).
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It states that the supreme court can overturn anything it sees as unconstitutional
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Electronic 8715 disposition generated, this means that a file has been created electronically and has been filed to the Dept. of Justice.
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In the interest of justice is a way that courts dismiss cases where the accused are ill, elderly, or for some other humanitarian reason. It is believed that justice is not served in these cases.
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It is actually legal in one or two shops in Vancouver B.C.
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Lexapro should not show up on a drug test. Most drug testing are only testing for illegal substances and pain killers. Since Lexpro is not an illegal drug or narcotic, there should not be any way for it to show up on a test. A test to detect Lexapro would most likely be very specific and not part of…
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All legal drugs in the U.S.A. are regulated drugs. Anything that claims to treat or cure an illness or disease, or to alleviate symptoms that has F.D.A. approval. Examples: aspirin, Tylenol, penicillin, Adderall, synthetic hormones, Oxycontin, chemotherapy.
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if your mouth is all sticky and you feel thirsty, that's the pasties. and if you giggle at random things that you normally wouldn'tand if things are "trippy" and "epic" and seem to mean a lotif you think simple moments are hilariousif you are like me and rambling on and on about pointless thingsif y…
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Prohibited drugs are drugs that are judged to have no medical benefit and are effectively banned.While the regulated drugs are drugs that can bought over the counter without a prescription. Moreover, all these drugs are regulated to ensure they are safe and do not contain adulterants.
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There are thousands of regulated drugs in the United States. Some regulated drugs include pain killers, antibiotics, vaccines, and over-the-counter vitamins.
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A "barrier crime" is one that makes one ineligible for employment in areas such as child care, elder care, domestic aid and shelter and others. In Virginia (and it may be different in other states), Code § 63.2-1719 defines a barrier crime as: "Offense" means a barrier crime and, in the case of ch…
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YES! If the Judge feels you do not qualify under the law and have adequate means of paying for one, then you will not get one.
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It depends on the prior offense. burglary/shop lifting over 500 dollars
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